Indiana man who buried former employee in concrete grave gets 24-year sentence
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A judge sentenced Jason Hancock to 24 years in prison for killing a former employee and burying him in a concrete grave. Detectives said Hancock confessed to shooting 41-year-old Michael Marks, a former employee. He went into detail about he tried to cover up the crime, even knocking out all of Marks’ teeth and saying he wanted to make a necklace out of them.